As an inclusive employer in the construction and sustainable materials industry, Tarmac is proud to support National Inclusion Week.
Tarmac is celebrating becoming a winner at the first ever Purpose Business Coalition Levelling Up Awards 2022, in recognition of the company’s achievements in helping to improve social mobility across the UK.
We are deeply saddened by the passing of Her Majesty The Queen.
Local Member of the Scottish Parliament for East Lothian, Paul McLennan MSP, recently paid us his first visit since being elected to the Scottish Parliament last year.
When we talk about the net zero transition, it’s tempting to think of it as tomorrow’s issue and as something we can gradually work towards. Dr David Rich, sustainability performance and compliance manager at Tarmac gives his view on the steps the UK construction industry can take now to save carbon.
Tarmac’s Dunbar Cement Plant welcomed MP Kenny MacAskill when he paid his first official visit since being elected Member of Parliament for East Lothian in December 2019.
Tarmac has placed an order with Renault Trucks for the first battery electric mixer truck in the UK as part of the company’s commitment to net zero.
Low carbon asphalt is set to become a feature of UK roads as Tarmac makes the most significant sustainable improvement to its ‘recipe’ for highway materials since the business perfected the method of making road surfaces stick in the early twentieth century.
The choices young people make in their mid-teens can be life-defining and therefore incredibly daunting, so it is vital that parents, guardians and carers are on hand to support them in their decision making.
We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded the Clear Assured Silver Standard in recognition of our ongoing dedication to inclusion and diversity.